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PUBLIC INFO

BUSINESS (TENDER & QUOTATION)

BLOOD DONOR INFO

  1. AGE RANGE 18 TO 60 YEARS OLD
  2. WEIGHT OVER 45 KG & ON
  3. SLEEPING AT LEAST 5 HOURS CONTINUOUSLY BEFORE 12 MIDNIGHT
  4. KEEP BLOOD DONATION DEADLINE IS AFTER 2 MONTHS OR 8 WEEKS
  5. DO NOT TAKE ANY MEDICATION (PLEASE REFER TO THE OFFICER IN CHARGE IF NOT SURE)
  6. NOT RECEIVED ANY immunization / vaccination WITHIN 3 WEEKS
  7. NOT SUFFERED ANY KIND OF chronic diseases like diabetes, hypertension, HEART AND OTHERS (PLEASE REFER TO THE OFFICER IN CHARGE IF NOT SURE)
  8. TAKE NO ALCOHOL WITHIN 24 HOURS
  9. NOT PIERCED IN ANY PART OF ACUPUNCTURE INCLUDING, CUPPING TATOO AND WITHIN 6 MONTHS AGO
  10. NOT ACCEPT DENTAL TREATMENT WITHIN 24 HOURS OF PAST
  11. NO FEVER, COUGH AND COLD WITHIN A WEEK OF PAST
  12. NOT DOING ANY TRANSFUSION OF BLOOD AND SURGERY WITHIN 6 MONTHS AGO
  13. NO dengue fever / chikugunya WITHIN 6 MONTHS AGO
  14. NEVER RECEIVE ANY TREATMENT USING THE “HUMAN GROWTH HORMONE” ACCEPT OR CORNEAL TRANSPLANT and meninges
  15. FOR FOREIGN NATIONALS, TO LIVE AT  LEAST 1 YEAR IN MALAYSIA
  16. DONORS FOR WOMEN:

      5 DAYS BEFORE & AFTER 5 DAYS OF MENSTRUAL

  • NOT PREGNANT
  • NOT BREAST FEEDING

   17.   NON-IN THE HIGH RISK AS DRUG ADDICTS, gay, bisexual AND PROSTITUTE

(NOTE:

  • Any blood donor who was found to give recognition INCORRECT related to lifestyle behaviors those at high risk will be prosecuted in accordance with the provisions of the law currently in force)
  • Make sure you take a little food before do a blood donor process

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO AFTER DONATE?

1. Please take a little drink / food prepared before leaving
2. Take a piece of iron and folic acid after every meal as supplied

3. Be careful when driving a car or motorcycle or working with machinery
4. Avoid exercise / strenuous exercise or heavy lifting in the next 8 hours
5. Avoid drinking / smoking
6. Advised to drink more water within 24 hours after donation
7. If you experience any reaction / blackouts settle down with both feet elevated for several minutes

If you feel unwell or there are red marks, swelling or pain at the injection site, immediately contact the Medical Officer Y / M Unit Blood Bank Hospital Sultan Ismail Johor Bahru or phone 07-356 5000 ext. 4146/4134/4133

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Special Rights

1 time Free outpatient treatment and medical care (not including fees for X-Ray and surgery) and second class ward for the last 4 months
2 times (within 12 months) Free preventive injection Hepatitis B
2 – 5 times Free outpatient treatment and medical care and second-class ward for the last 4 months
6 – 10 times  

Free outpatient treatment for 1 year and second-class medical treatment for a period of 6 months
11 – 15 times Free outpatient treatment for 2 years and a second-class medical treatment for a period of 1 year
16 – 20 times Free outpatient treatment and medical and second class ward for a period of 2 years
21 – 30 times Free outpatient treatment and medical and second class ward for a period of 3 years
31 – 40 times Free outpatient treatment and medical and first-class ward for the last 4 years
41 – 50 times Free outpatient treatment and medical and first-class ward for a period of 6 years
More than 50 times (for donors “whole blood” and over 150 times (for donor apheresis) Free outpatient treatment and medical and first-class ward for the past 10 years and for second class ward for life after 10 years in first class ward
(According to the Commission Circular 5/2005 dated 20th July 2005)

As units of other blood tube, Blood Bank Unit of Hospital Sultan Ismail Johor Bahru also organized a blood donation campaign moves to accommodate the hospital’s blood supply. We welcome any interested parties either individually or in groups to organize a blood donation program together with our party. To ensure that this program can be organized successfully, some important information can be used as a guide. The following important guide for those interested:

  1. Donors have set a budget (minimum 30 people). If less than 30 people, organizers are encouraged to campaign in the Blood Bank Unit HSIJB. It is easier if organizers have a list of the names of donors who wish to donate blood.
  2. Has set the place, date and time for the blood donation program. Must inform the Blood Bank Unit at least 2 weeks before the date of the program. It is recommended that organizers apply early, at least one month before to make sure no other organizers who have chosen the same date.
  3. If there are any cancellations or changes to the program, please inform immediately the Blood Bank Unit.

For more information or any questions please contact the Assistant Information Officer (PRO) HSIJB Blood Bank Unit, Ms. Magdellina ak Alfred Jeho in line 07-3565000 Ext. 4134 or email us at bloodbankhsijb@hsi.gov.my.

Apheresis Donation  (plasma and platelets)

There are two types of blood donation, namely:
• Blood Donation
• Donation apheresis (platelet and plasma is obtained from donors)

1. Is the content in the blood? Blood contains several components:

  • Red blood cell
  • White blood cell
  • Platelet
  • PlasmaIf you donate blood, all contained in your blood donation.1. DONATION apheresis? Aferesis is donating one of the blood content of Plasma or platelets or BOTH. While the red blood cells are returned to the donor’s body. It can only be done by using a machine that is very easy and comfortable to use. This donation is made at the Blood Bank Unit ONLY.1.Who is eligible to donate apheresis way?

◾Criteria of the donator

◾A regular donator (the last time donate no more than 6 months)
◾Age between 18 to 50 years
◾Weight exceeding 55 kilograms
◾Healty Condition

2. How is apheresis donation process?

◾You will be invited to lie down in a chair with tilt beside apheresis machine.
◾Needle that drain blood will be inserted in your arm and will be connected to the engine via the conductive channel blood.
◾Blood of the body goes into a machine where it will separate the red blood cells from plasma and platelets.
◾Red cell blood donors will be returned to the donor’s body.

3.How long does it take to donate apheresis way? ◾60 up to 120 minutes

4.Who is requiring blood component that? ◾Plasma required by:

◾Patient who suffered severe bleeding
◾Kidney Patients
◾Liver disease patients
◾Scald burns victims
◾Haemophilia patients


◾Platelet required by:
• Patients suffering from severe bleeding
• Patients with hemorrhagic dengue
• Leukemia patients  and other patients who need it

5. Where is apheresis donation can be done?

◦At Blood Bank Unit of nearby hospitals with apheresis machine
◦At Blood Bank Unit of Hospital Sultan Ismail (please contact us in advance to make an appointment)

 

Hematoma (bruise)

HOW hematoma (bruise) happen?

Bruises on needle pricks a blood donation can be caused by:

• The blood that flows out of the blood vessels and accumulate under the skin caused by the needle pricks or injury.
• Injury to the blood vessel walls due to needle-sticks too deep.
• Injury to the blood vessel wall caused the blood vessels is too smooth.
• Donors do not hold on the needle after needle pricks removed.
• Donors do strenuous activities after donating blood at the pierced hands.

HOW TO ACT AND BLOOD BLOOD VESSEL INJURIES AFTER DEPRECIATION?

• Injury to the blood vessel wall
• The blood vessels shrink in place of injury
• Cells platelets will stick and form clots
• The formation of fibrin clots

WHY GROWING AREA bumps?

Due to the composition of the tissue under the skin of the hollow, the blood will spread among them and the bumps become larger.

WHAT HAPPENS AFTER THE PREVENTION BRUISING DONATE?

Done donate blood, you are advised to follow these safety steps:

◦Press firmly on the needle pricks after donating blood
◦Rest your arm and do not do strenuous activity

WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF APPLICABLE AFTER BRUISING DONATE

• DO NOT rub or massage the bruised parts (hematoma) within 48 hours
• DO NOT lift heavy things within 2 hours after donation
• PUT bag of ice every 2 hours for a period of 2 to 5 minutes in a bruising

DO bumps AFFECT YOUR HEALTH?

Bruising never affect your health because when the bumps on the wane, the system will return to normal blood clot.

CHARGES & BILLING INFO

• Billing Counter is in hospital lobby
• All Registration Admission to the ward needs
the down payment (deposit)
• Patients who are admitted to the ward in lower grade, but applying moved into
Ward Class 2 / Class 1 wards, the patients will be charged higher for Treatment Charges and Charges Wad rates starting from the first day of treatment
– Clearing Fee Act 1951 / Order Fee(Medicine 1982 – Article 13)
• The operating results Unit:

DAY Time
Sunday-Thursday 8.00am-6.00pm
Friday / Saturday and 8.00am-2.00pm
Public holidays

* In addition to the time, the payment must be made at the counter of the Emergency Department, Level 2

Reference of Government Medical Officer
◾Free for first visit
◾RM5 for each follow-up case
Reference of Private Practitioners
◾RM30 for first visit
◾RM5 for each follow-up case

Room For Two RM60
Room For Three or Above RM40
2nd Class RM30
3rd Class RM3

Services First Class 2nd Class 3rd Class
Caeserean surgery RM800 RM400 RM100
Forceps Delivery RM400 RM200 RM50
Breech Birth RM400 RM200 RM50
Ordinary Maternity RM300 RM150 RM10
BTL RM300 RM150 RM20

A. DEPOSIT

CITIZEN
Class Of Ward  Medical (RM) Surgery (RM) Maternity (RM)
1st Class 700 1,100 800
2nd Class 200 400 350
3rd Class 20 30 15
NON CITIZEN
Class Of Ward Medical (RM) Surgery (RM) Maternity (RM)
1st Class 1,400 2,200 1,400
2nd Class 400 1,200 9000
3rd Class 200 600 450
DEPOSIT FOR PENSIONERS
Class of Ward Medical (RM) Surgery (RM) Maternity (RM)
1st Class (1 room/person) 50 50 50
2nd Class (1 room/ 2 person) 40 40 40
1st Class (1 room / 3 person) 30 30 30
2nd Class 15 15 15

PATIENT INFO

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED:
 – IC
 – Pension Card
 – Passport
 – Marriage Ceritificate
 – Letters of employer
LATEST INFO :
 – Latest Address
 – Heir Name
 – Heir’s Phone Number
 – Others

  • Toothbrushes / toothpaste / towel / slippers / soap / combs
    hair / glasses or cups / spoons / thermos and underwear
  • Patient’s Daily Medications (if any)

Patients are not recommended to store items such as the following
during admission in hospital :

Jewellery      Cash

Handphone  Valuables

Emergency plan – emergency exit plan maps available
exhibited in the wards

Alarm bells – When read, please follow
The nurse on duty directive

Breakfast 7.00 am
Morning Tea 10.00 am
(for diabetics patient only)
Lunch 12.00 pm
Evening tea 3.00 pm
Dinner 6.30 pm
Supper 9.00 pm
(for diabetics patient only)